10 Countries With The Highest Juvenile Murder Crime Rates


While crime is globally uncontrollable, many youths have been exposed to violence and have committed crimes. With that, here are the 10 Countries with the Highest Juvenile Murder Crime Rates. 


1. BRAZIL

With a lack of opportunity and endless poverty, youth in Brazil are more likely to be affected, as stated in nationmaster.com. And for the past two decades, juvenile murder crimes in Brazil were over 20,000. Additionally, there was also 22,000 youth imprisoned in 2015, according to unafei.or.jp


2. COLUMBIA

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According to nationmaster.com, Columbia recorded 12,834 murder crimes committed by youth in 1990-1999. And despite the police efforts to decrease crime rates by implementing their Scoring Rule Changes, there is still a notable increase in crime rates. And as per gov.bc.ca, they had almost 200 youths charged in 2018-2019. 


3. UNITED STATES

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Juvenile Delinquents in the United States have caused them to have over 8,000 cases of murder offenses for decennaries, as stated by nationmaster.com. People also believed that the lack of supervision and a child-friendly environment causes the youth to commit crimes. Furthermore, the most common youth at risk are the ones that belong to low-income families. 


4. RUSSIA

As claimed by jstor.org, Behavioral Disorder is one reason that causes the increase of child delinquency in Russia.  According to nationmaster.com, they had set down 7,885 murder crimes for a decade. And as written by James Williams and Daniel Rodeheaver, most offenders had a history of academic failure, lack of income, and alcoholism.


5. MEXICO

Even though Mexico has one of the largest economies in the world, it can’t change the fact that they are also one of the most dangerous countries in the world. And according to nationmaster.com, Mexico had registered 5,991 murder cases among youths in 1999 and 1.52 million total crimes in 2002.


6. PHILIPPINES

In 2019, accordant with esquiremag.ph, the criminal liability in the Philippines had lowered down to 12 years old to control the increasing rate of child crimes in the country. It seemed to be effective as crimes involving children have decreased. However, the country still managed to record a total of 3,252 murder crimes, as per nationmaster.com


7. VENEZUELA

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Venezuela’s economic chaos prompted a sharp increase in the number of children who committed a crime. In the year 1999, Venezuela had a total of 2,090 murder crimes as per nationmaster.com. Additionally, the government also doubled the prison sentences for violent crimes perpetrated by minors, as reported by insightcrime.org.


8. THAILAND

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The underground economy of illegality causes an increase in Thailand’s crime rates. According to nationmaster.com, the country holds 1,456 murder crimes. Furthermore, Thai law sets the criminal liability at ten years old, wherein children ages 10-15 are advised to see a juvenile judge without the intention of legal punishments as per bangkokpost.com.


9. UKRAINE

Ukraine tallied a total number of 553.594 crimes and 1,273 youth murder crimes in 2002 as per nationmaster.com. Additionally, Ukraine also had difficulty taking down drugs in their community. And according to researchgate.net, one of the factors that cause the increase in juvenile delinquency is offenders who worked in groups. 


10. EL SALVADOR

Crimes in El Salvador are a grave issue. The government’s endeavor in resolving the problem is not enough. And as reported by nationmaster.com, the country recorded 1,147 total youth murder crimes in 1999. Moreover, gangs have dominated the region, and at least 60,000 estimated juveniles belong to gangs, according to wikipedia.org.

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